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PAC Question

Anonymous
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Hi,
I currently use a mobile provided to me by my current employer. It is a corporate contract with O2 in their name, and they handle all of the bill payment directly.
My current employer and I will soon be parting ways. I need to inform them if I wish to keep the mobile number. If so, they will then issue me with a PAC and terminate the contract with O2.
For various reasons I would quite like to remain on the O2 network. However, I was under the impression that when issued a PAC you had to go to an alternate Network Operator. Would anyone know if it is possible to present this PAC to O2 and arrange a new contract in my name with the original phone number?
Thanks in advance.
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Anonymous
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In most circumstances O2 can do this.
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Anonymous
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hello.i just change my contract phone number whith one from tmobile,the o2 activate the number today.but when i try to phone someoane he says that the number is barred.why,what is the problem?
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Anonymous
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You can move to another business account in a different name by completing the Transfer of Ownership form - found here: http://www.o2.co.uk/businesstransfer
Or move to Prepay or a personal account through taking a temporary number first, though this might involve the termination fee depending on where you are in the contract. O2 can waive this under certain criteria if you're going to a personal contract.
It'll never involve a PAC, as this is just to move networks.
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